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Oxbridge student groups to be exempt from ‘unfair’ free speech lawLabour MPs accuse government of ‘ridiculous’ double standards and warn of two-tier university system Trinity College, Cambridge. The universities minister said the new law would not apply to the Oxbridge college-level equivalent of student unions. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images
The actor, who played Boycie in Only Fools And Horses, has died aged 79.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, crisscrossing the country making a last pitch to voters before Monday's election, said on Sunday only his Liberals could end the COVID-19 pandemic and accused his main rival of taking the wrong approach. Opinion polls indicate the political advantage moving to Trudeau, who is stepping up attacks on Conservative Party leader Erin O'Toole over the pandemic. Trudeau favors vaccine mandates opposed by O'Toole, who prefers testing to control the public health crisis.
Figures from the world of sport and public life have paid tribute to Jimmy Greaves, remembering him as one of England's best ever footballers. FIFA, UEFA, the English Football League, the Premier League, the Football Association and the England team as well as Greaves' former clubs Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, West Ham United, Brentford, Chelmsford City and Barnet all marked the death of the goalscoring legend.
The discussion will be the first contact between the two states since France recalled its ambassadors to the US and Australia in an emerging diplomatic crisis.View on euronews
Bus stops will be heated and have changing rooms and Wi-Fi in a bid to create eco-friendly park and rides for cyclists.
African-Colombian moonshine gets official seal of approval as heritage drinkViche – traditionally produced by women on the Pacific coast – is poised to be for Colombia what mezcal is for Mexico, experts say Afro-Colombian artisan-made viche, a traditional liquor which Colombia's senate has recognized as part of the country's as ‘cultural and ancestral heritage’. Photograph: Handout
The city’s most stylish are back
Former Oasis star’s face shared photo of cut face on social media
Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao has said he will run for president of the country next year. The boxing star attacked corruption in the government and singled out President Rodrigo Duterte's relationship with China in particular. It comes days after a rival faction nominated Mr Duterte's long-time aide, Senator Christopher "Bing" Go, as its presidential candidate.
A Maryland, US, teen has been indicted for allegedly beating a mentally disabled man until his teeth were shattered simply because he suspected him of being gay.
Canary Islands President Angel Victor Torres told a press conference on Sunday night that 5,000 people had been evacuated and no injuries had been reported so far. Flights to and from the Canaries were continuing as normal, the airport operator Aena said. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez arrived in La Palma, the most northwesterly island of the archipelago, late on Sunday for talks with the islands' government on managing the eruption.
"We've only really seen one side to her."
John Challis, who played Boycie in Only Fools And Horses, has died at the age of 79.
<strong>Exclusive:</strong> Brussels will be asked to revive visa-waiver offer – to pile pressure on government to end its refusal to act
Philippine boxer-turned-politician Manny Pacquiao has declared he will run for president in 2022, ending months of speculation about whether the legendary fighter would seek the country's top job.
Bauer tells judge the court has no right to hold her in custody
PCR tests ‘very valuable’ despite ‘dysfunctional’ system, Professor Stephen Reicher says
Readers reply: why do humans cry when they are sad?. The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific and philosophical concepts
Creative industries are playing historical and cultural catch-up, but stories are worth more than the colour of our skin